William Richard Motherwell
Hon. W. R. MOTHERWELL (Melville):
Mr. Speaker, arising out of the reply of the Prime Minister might I ask if he does not think that the time has come when this house should have a day set apart to discuss this international wheat agreement? I cannot debate the matter upon the orders of the day, but if I had a right to do so I would ask it as a question of privilege. If we can afford to take a day to discuss sweepstakes surely we can afford to take a day to discuss this international agreement which has not yet been concurred in by this house, and which is a very much more important matter than many sweepstakes.
Subtopic: WHEAT AGREEMENT